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Tennis takes second at Lapeer Lightning Quad

The Hornets pose with their medals after falling short of first by one point, finishing with 14 points at the Lapeer Lightning Quad on Saturday, April 13.

The Hornets pose with their medals after falling short of first by one point, finishing with 14 points at the Lapeer Lightning Quad on Saturday, April 13.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Kearsley tennis

The Hornets pose with their medals after falling short of first by one point, finishing with 14 points at the Lapeer Lightning Quad on Saturday, April 13.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Kearsley tennis

IMAGE / Courtesy of Kearsley tennis

The Hornets pose with their medals after falling short of first by one point, finishing with 14 points at the Lapeer Lightning Quad on Saturday, April 13.

The Hornets were runners-up at the Lapeer Lightning Quad on Saturday, April 13.

Clio took first with 15 points.

Kearsley fell short of first by one point, finishing second with 14 points.

With a total if 11 points, Lapeer took third.

Fourth place went to Swartz Creek with 8 points.

The Hornets went 3-0 in all of their winning flights.

Valerie Entenmann, No. 2 singles; Emily Jones and Giulia Amato, No. 2 doubles; and No. 4 doubles, Briahna Greer and Kasey Palmer, all swept their opponents and flights.

The Hornets are in action again Monday with a home match against Carman-Ainsworth.

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